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  • 1. Changes in the insurance business during the year 2011
    Akhmarova Malika
  • 2. Consequences of the natural disaster on Insurance
    Impact on the leading insurance company
    New European regulation
    Conclusion
    Overview
  • 3. Earthquake + tsunami => impact on personal insurance
    Damaged nuclear power plant:
    no cover
    Natural disaster in Japan
  • 4. Total damage: 25 trillion yen
    A series of worldwide disaster:
    negative impact on global insurance
    Impact oninsurance
  • 5. Reinsurers able to capitalize
    Views of two analyst
    Vision of analyst
  • 6. Previously paid premiums=> greater affect on future prices
    Graeme Trudgill:
    “ If the reinsurance rates increase, it isn’t sure that the global insurance premiums will be affected”.
    General insurancemarket
  • 7. 2011: ‘challange”
    Profit 43 %
    Richard Ward: too early to predict increase of premiums
    Despite claims:
    Revenues from premiums higher than payments from insurers
    LIoyd
  • 8. Solvency II
    comes into play in 2013
    Better protection for policyholders
    The newEuropeandirective
  • 9. Natural disaster: influence on premiums
    increase in the future
    Affect premiums over the world
    Conclusion

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